“South Africa’s agricultural industry has been dealt a double blow, with having to face an economy that is stagnant in terms of growth, and also having to deal with the reality of our worst drought in years,” says Eugene Brown, Regional President of Wacker Neuson in Sub-Saharan Africa. “Finding ways to reduce operational and input costs are fundamental to farm sustainability and profitability, and quality machines and equipment that are both inexpensive and easy to operate are therefore critical for farmers.
Whether crops, dairy, fruit, eggs or meat, every farm requires lifting, stacking and moving of materials and this type of work must be done quickly and efficiently, with the lowest possible input and operating costs: This is where Wacker Neuson really delivers on their promise: All it Takes!”
Alongside a wide selection of attachments such as bale and pallet forks, augers, trenchers, mulchers and mowers, mixing buckets and many more, Wacker Neuson’s range of skid steer loaders, wheel loaders, telescopic wheel loaders, telehandlers, dumpers and excavators can take on almost any task: From the full feeding and mixing function in feedlots, silage stacking and harvesting, kraal cleaning, fence pole installation and farm road maintenance, all the way through to handling bulk containers of harvested vegetables in the fields.
“Additionally, the wide range of our equipment allows farmers to utilize our construction-related industry expertise, specifically within our lighting, pumping and generator product groups, where we can offer world-class solutions for night-work, water movement and power supply problems which the farmers may have to deal with,” adds Brown.
Farmers are assured of fast, specialist after sales service, offering effective maintenance and repair of their Wacker Neuson machines and equipment, from the company’s strategically located dealer network.
With a very long and distinguished record of service to agricultural customers across the globe, Wacker Neuson is proud to continue this tradition locally by showcasing its impressive agri-offering again this year at Agri Mega Week in Bredasdorp (Stand #137)